By PRUDY GOURGUECHON
While the corporate world tends to ignore self-control, seasoned investors study and value it, because they know they are prone to mistakes in judgment when emotion overrides rational decision-making.
By TRAVIS BRADBERRY
Exceptional employees work outside the boundaries of job descriptions. They’re neither intimidated nor entitled; instead of expecting recognition or compensation to come first, they forge ahead in their work, confident that they’ll be rewarded later but unconcerned if they’re not.
By SANDY CLARKE
Volunteering doesn’t just help in community building efforts but also in bringing out admirable leadership traits. In the professional world, volunteering leaders learn at a much quicker pace and are naturals at initiating change.
By DARSHANA SIVANANTHAM
Due to their unique nature, servant leaders have almost opposite characteristics to other styles of leadership. How does one know if those being served are truly growing and developing?
By DANIEL GOLEMAN
Studies show that socially intelligent leaders do more than just make people happier at work. In a survey of employees at 700 companies, the majority said that a supportive boss mattered more than how much money they earned.
By CHONG KEAT LIM, ANDREW LAU and ELISA DASS AVIN
Do you have what it takes to go through challenging storms in life? In this section on leadership traits, we will look into how endurance is connected to one’s personal development.